The ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) has this Saturday hosted opposition Party leaders at its headquarters in Kampala under the Inter-Party Organisation for Dialogue (IPOD) working relationship.
The delegation was led by IPOD chairperson and UPC Secretary General Hon Fred Ebil accompanied by his Party Chairman Okae Engirot Lawrence. Others included FDC National Vice Chairperson Hon Salaam Musumba, JEEMA Secretary General Eddie Fredrick Kasajja and Democratic Party SG Dr. Siranda Gerald. They WERE received at the Party Headquarters by the Secretary General Rt. Hon. Justine Kasule Lumumba and her Deputy Hon. Richard Todwong.
The Party leaders held a meeting with the NRM Secretary General before addressing a joint press conference. All Speakers commended NRM for the pleasant hospitality saying they were here in pursuit of unity through dialogue.
Lumumba called for continued unity among parties saying that they all have a role in continuing to build Uganda to a more deserving status. She disclosed the willingness of the NRM National Chairman and President H.E Yoweri Kaguta Museveni to meet these guests at State House Entebbe later today.
She however explained that the meeting was taking place in State House and not at the party headquarters to enable their host execute other state duties.